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I wanted to understand the psychology behind it because it was foreign to me.It was terrifying how mental illness among youth had skyrocketed in the last decade.Still, the group was inexperienced as a live act, and as a result, their booking agent Tom Windish secured them several club shows "to help them get their sea legs." Foster the People promoted these concerts in January 2011 by emailing fans who had downloaded "Pumped Up Kicks" from their website, notifying them of the shows.The group continued to grow its fanbase with a month-long residency of concerts in January at The Echo nightclub in Los Angeles.So to be able to have a song to create a platform to talk about this stuff has been good for us." Contrasting with the dark lyrics of the song, the music, which was written first, is upbeat.
It was an obvious turning point that could be measured in numbers." In January 2011, the band issued their first commercial non-single release, a self-titled EP on which "Pumped Up Kicks" appeared.
I was standing there in the studio, and this thought came in my mind like, 'I'm going to write a song,'... I don't want to write a song.' I was a block away from the beach, and it was a beautiful day.
I kind of just wanted to just be lazy and go hang out at the beach or whatever. By that time the next day, the song was finished." Reflecting on the lack of inspiration he felt when writing the song, Foster said, "I've heard a lot of other artists talk about this as well, like, 'I'm not inspired right now. I'm just not really feeling anything.' And I've felt that way, too, just not being inspired and wanting to wait for inspiration to come before I wrote.
The song was widely praised by critics, and it has been licensed for use in a wide range of popular media since its release.
"Pumped Up Kicks" received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.
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On May 23, 2011, BBC Radio 1 DJ Greg James selected the song as his Record of the Week, which ran until May 27.